A team of researchers has found a versatile method for the assembly of Lego-like pieces to create artificial electronic materials.
Scientists Use Nanoparticles to Target Drug to Receptors, Offering Sustained Relief for Chronic Pain in Cellular Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Models of COVID-19 spread should include the transmission of the virus in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, concludes a new analysis.
The NYU Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health at the Silver School of Social Work will implement and evaluate an innovative community-centered approach to help prevent HIV and substance misuse by minority youth.
Analysis of Public Health and Civil Rights Bills Demonstrate How State Governments Concentrate Power
Older adults are not only vulnerable to COVID-19, but another public health crisis: social isolation.
COVID-19 Severity Score, Built with Data from China and New York City, Can Help Clinicians Identify the Most At-Risk Patients
Sexual Minority Adults Ages 50+, Who May Face Stigma and Discrimination, at Risk for Non-medical Use of Drugs, Including Cannabis, Opioids, and Tranquilizers
David Stasavage, author of the newly released The Decline and Rise of Democracy, discusses democracy's past--and future.
New and diverse experiences are linked to enhanced happiness, and this relationship is associated with greater correlation of brain activity, new research has found.